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and colonizes what is today utah and actually a larger portion of the american west. and he becomes a major long-term opponent to the u.s. government. and that gets him a lot of notoriety in the 19th century as well. >> so, where did brigham young come from and began his life? >> he grew up in basically a state western new york. he came from a very poor family. he didn't have any formal education. and was impoverished, really hard childhood. his family moved around a lot. once he was out on his own he moved around a lot. he was a craftsman, kind of a furniture paynter and never really got ahead. in his life entirely changed once he converted to mormonism when he was a little bit more than 30-years-old. >> so how did he need joseph smith etc? >> the book of mormon, shortly after it was published in 1830 some of his family members read it. he later said that he read it and he spent a lot of time thinking and out. he didn't jump on board right away, she was a little bit skeptical and a little uncertain and spend a couple of years considering the claim of this new work of scripture. then he encounte
of colorado, but mostly western kansas. then winter storm warnings through all of utah. how much snow? it's a ribbon of 6 two 12 inches from wisconsin, iowa, right back through nebraska. that's where we're watching a snowstorm in the days ahead. that's a look at the national forecast. now, here's a look at weather outside yours. >> today, we're talking about rain and a little snow shower activity around areas of minneapolis. slait city, areas like utah, colorado, even nevada. big snowstorm, headed for the plains. >> that cold -- >> it's like the rainy, cold weather. that's going to be in new england. >> thank you so much. >>> stocks jump on promising details coming out of obama and boehner fiscal negotiations. >>> and walmart and bushmaster guns. >>> gas prices have come below $4. some areas, as low as $3. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. now to stories making news this morning. house republican leaders say a new proposal from president obama to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff is a small step in the right direction. it includes higher tax rates on incomes of $400,000. ins
, the successor to joseph smith. is also the first governor of the utah territory, and the man who led the mormons across the country over the mountains to their new home in the west. >> how did he become more well-known today and joseph smith is? >> he lived a lot longer, that helped. he led the church for over 30 years. joseph smith let the church for about 14 years, until he was murdered in 1844. brigham young takes over. he settles and colonizes what's today utah, naturally a larger portion of the american west. and he becomes a major in long-term opponent of the u.s. government. and that gets him all a lot of notoriety in the 19 century as well. >> so, where did brigham young come from? where did he began? >> he grew up in basically upstate new york, western new york. he came from a very poor family. he didn't get, didn't have any formal education. he was impoverished, really hard scrabble childhood. his family moved around a lot. once he was on his own he moved around a lot. he was a craftsman, kind of a furniture maker and painter. never got ahead, and then his wife entirely changed. once h
in america. >> he gave that speech on the senate floor just before the vote. senator mike lee of utah was 1 of the 38 republicans who voted against the u.n. treaty. he agreed to talk us to tonight. he's a constitutional lawyer, was a law clerk for justice alito. we spoke a short time ago. senator, you said this treaty will somehow change u.s. law or could change u.s. law. former republican attorney general dick thornburgh who helped negotiate this treaty on behalf of president george bush said emphatically it would have no effect on u.s. law, not now, not ever. is he wrong? >> well, i respectfully disagree with the former attorney general's conclusions. i look at the treaty and i see one provision that arguably sets in place international entitlement rights. another provision that can be read to undermine the rights of parents to make decisions on how best to educate and otherwise care for their children with disabilities. and another provision of the treaty that can be read to obligate the united states government to pay for abortion services. >> you are just interpreting things. it doesn'
son los libros, 200 profesores de utah que son entrenados a usar armas. entrenan, pero en un futuro podrÍan utilizar armas reales. utah no es el Único estado donde se promueve una medida semejante, despuÉs de la masacre de connecticut en arizona el fiscal general propuso que por lo menos una persona en cada escuela reciba entrenamiento para disparar un arma. >>> entre namos a ellos para portar un arma y usar el arma. >>> el arma estarÍa guardada, muchos padres estÁn nerviosos. >>> el maestro puede defenderlo, en otra parte estÁ mal, si el maestro no tiene un cuidado con la pistola un niÑo puede tocarla o algo y puede haber un accidente. >>> no todos estÁn de acuerdo, la violencia no se puede contrarrestar con armas. >>> dice que el remedio podrÍa ser peor. >>> con un arma en un salÓn puede ocurrir un accidente. >>> el superintendente del distrito escolar dice que hay que trabajar en equipo. mantener a los niÑos seguros es la responsabilidad no solamente de los directores de escuela y los maestros, es una responsabilidad de la comunidad. >>> lo mismo ocurre en new york con
the gentleman from utah seek recognition? mr. chaffetz: mr. speaker, i move that the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 4053 as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: union calendar number 509, h.r. 4053, a bill to intensify efforts to identify, prevent, and recover payment error, waste, fraud, and abuse within federal spending. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from utah, mr. chaffetz, and the gentleman from new york, mr. towns, each will control 20 men's. the chair recognizes the gentleman from utah. mr. chaffetz: thank you, mr. speaker. i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. chaffetz: i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous materials on the bill under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. chaffetz: thank you, mr. speaker. federal agencies made an estimated $108 billion in improper payments in fiscal year 2012. $108 billion in improper
the first governor of the utah territory and the man who led the mormons across the country of the mountains to their new home in the west. >> out did he become more well known today than joseph smith? >> a little longer. he led the church for over 30 years. he settles and colonizes what yesterday utah and a larger portion of the american west. he becomes a major and long-term opponent of the u.s. government which gets him a lot of notoriety in the 19th century as well. >> where did brigham young come from? >> he grew up in basically of state new york, west and new york. he came from very poor family. he did not have any formal education. his family moved around a lot. once he was out on his own he moved around a lot. he was a craftsman, a furniture maker and painter. never really get ahead. his life entirely change once he converted to mormon is and when he was a little bit more than 30 years old. >> added that happen? how did he meet his of smith? >> he first met the book of mormon. missionaries brought in shortly after it was published in 1830. some of his family's read it. he's been a lo
museums. here is one that i found a few years ago, a seed jar in utah underneath a ledge. and i didn't move it from the spot. in fact, the sand had just been barely swept away to show the face of it, but it's still there. it's still under that ledge. i hope. i'd like to take you on a route and show you a way down to one of these artifacts. now, a lot of people look across canyon land, say, in southeast utah where this picture is, and it's not really clear how you get around, how you get from place to place. but if you know this place well enough you know right over this lip of white sandstone, if you go right over the ledge and hang your foot over this side, you can't see it but you can feel it with the tip of your foot, there's a little toe hold down there, then if you get on that toe hold you drop your other foot down and there's another toe hold. it happens a thousand years ago somebody carved just a series of toe holds down this rock face. and you climb down those and they lead to a ledge and the ledge wraps around underneath here and it drops down into another spot that you go t
had come in the 19th century via, especially utah, questions of polygamy, but from the states, the really major cases made it to the supreme court in the late 1930s and early 1940s, really, that new deal era, and they tended not so much to be the salvation army, but the johova witnesses that caused trouble. >> host: what was one of the cases, walk us through. >> guest: an interesting case called cantwell against connecticut involved a group of witnesses that had gone into a catholic neighborhood in new haven on a sunday morning and began playing anti-catholic records on portable phonographs and distributing literature, and they were arrested for disturbing the peace and preaching without a permit, and appealed their case all the way to the supreme court which said that because connecticut said, well, individual city administrators would decide what a valid program was for religious organizations and would allow them or not on to the streets, they said that allows too much discretion by the state government, and they applied for the first time part of that first amendment, this
of teachers in utah taking a gun training course in the wake of shooting tragedy in newtown, connecticut. >> the idea of arming teachers is he lifting both support and op indication. we have a report. >> reporter: gun rights advocates in utah offering free gun training for teachers. utah shooting sports council saying the 200 person, six-hour course was filled to capacity. >> to protect my children in case of any assault, any bad guys coming in to attack. >> reporter: in an effort to arms teachers at schools a firearms group in ohio launching a test program. and arizona proposing a change to state law to allow an educator in each school to carry a gun. >> if you have somebody come in that is mentally ill with a weapon and they're killing people, an administrator or teacher can figure that out. >> the move comes after the recent shooting massacre in newtown, connecticut. a gunman shot and killed 26 people at sandy hook elementary school. 20 of the victims were young children. gun rights advocates saying teachers can act more quickly than law enforcement in the critical first few minutes t
. >>> welcome back. teachers in utah are going to class today. starting at noon today, 200 teachers will be at a conference near salt lake city learning, get this, how to use guns. it's a program initiated by gun rights activists and the utah shooting sports council even waiving the fee for the training. the chairman of the sports council also will be teaching the noon class today. he joins me now from salt lake city. thank you for joining us. i think it's fair to say that the newtown massacre broke everyone's heart. but i think we need to remind people that during columbine back in 1999, there was an armed guard at the school. it did nothing to stop that shooting. i'm curious, what is it about what you're doing that will be any different? >> there was an armed guard but there was no arm ed teacher. the guard was taken out early on. thereby leaving the entire school open to the madman, to the actual two shooters. it's not arming teachers. we're simply not taking that ability of lawful self-defense. you're restricted in few places to carry. a school is not one of them. this isn't any
, una persona empezÓ a disparar dentro de la escuela. >>> la tranquilidad de utah fue alterada, cuando adam lanza, entrÓ a la escuela y disparo sin control. >>> ves pelÍculas y cosas, no crees que te pasarÁ a ti. >>> lo pÉor que entre la lista de vÍctimas estaba su nieta, ana grace que estaba en el momento del ataque en clases. varios integrantes de la familia lo dejaron todo y corrieron al aeropuerto de san juan en puerto rico, para abordar el primer vuelo en la madrugada del sÁbado, viajamos en un triste vuelo, ni las azafatas contenÍan las lÁgrimas cuando se enteraron que un pasajero fue tocado por la tragedia. >>> le pido valor a dios para darle fortaleza a mis nos hijas que le esperan a mi nieto que pudo salir. >>> aquÍ en newtown connecticut la mayorÍa se conocen entre si, la describen como apacible, se vivÍa en armonia y tranquilidad, hasta el viernes, sus calles estÁn llenas de flores, veladoras, y mensajes de pÉsame, el dolor se siente en cada esquina, cada cuadra, y cada casa. ana grace, tuvo una vida breve, siempre serÁ recordada por seres queridos, amigos y co
. wildcats hold off nevada to win theful bowl, 49-48. pac-12 is 1-0 in bowl games so far. >> utah state facing toledo in the idaho potato bowl in boise on the smurf turf. the option. see ya later. 62 yards, 227 yards in the air. 89 on the ground. utah state wins the always pop already idaho potato bowl, 41-15 the final. >> division ii championship, valdosta and salem. up the middle. 96 yards later, 7-0 valdosta before they even sat down. still in the first. o'neill, fourth and one. goes 4 yards, o'neill, 141 yards on 24 carries. valdosta state wins their third national championship, 35-7 your final, ending their season 12-2. >> high school football, marin catholic facing madison high school from san diego nor the cif championship. court farther, the quarterback, headed to cal, through four t.d.es on the day. tipped into the hands of hanley, wildcats up 35-31. maddison answers. cormier, ran for 272 yards. this kid has some speed. 79 yards. mad dissin your cif division iii champions with a 38-35 victory. >>> de la salle looking for another championship game. we'll have the highlights for
, march down the field. third t.d. pass of the game other. >> utah state facing toledo in the idaho potato bowl. feet ton, 62 yards touchdown, finished with 270 yards in the air. utah state wins the always popular idaho potato bowl, 41-15. >>> the division 2 championship game, went from tate's opening kickoff. to his own four, up the middle. 96 yards. 7-0 valdosta just like that. still in the first. blazers, o'neill, fourth and one, 24 yards to the end zone. o'neill, 141 yards on 24 carries. valdosta wins their first national championship, ending their season 12-2. >> high school football, marine and maddison for the cif division three championship game in carson, california. fourth quarter, marin catholic quarterback headed to cal, threw four t.d.'s on the day. hit at the line and interest other the hands hoff he wild receiver. madison answers on the ensuing drive. cormier ran for -- madison is the division 3 champion. >> coming up at 6:00, major upset in college hoops and more from the warriors, hope to see you then. >> ama: thank you, mike, grab some water. >> a special guest joins us f
compassionate and more humble people. >> emilie and her family moved her to newtown from utah earlier this year and she will be laid to rest in utah. you know, this shooting at sandy hook elementary is raising lots of questions, including how far the second amendment extends the rights to bear arms. we'll take a closer look after the break. people have doubts about taking aspirin for pain. but they haven't experienced extra strength bayer advanced aspirin. in fact, in a recent survey, 95% of people who tried it agreed that it relieved their headache fast. visit fastreliefchallenge.com today for a special trial offer. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. >>> the shooting here in newtown is reviving debate over gun control and the second amendment to the constitution. most people think they know what it says. that it just says, you have the ri
of america where guns bring pure joy. like utah, where the butler family is down at the quartry. they invited juju chang to squeeze off a few rounds. >> you have to look through this eye, right? >> reporter: 4-year-old gauge butler needs a little help from dad to aim his ..22 caliber rifle. >> now what can you do? put your finger on the trigger. squeeze one off when you're ready. okay, let's grab your gun then. >> reporter: gauge's older sister brayley told me she got her rifle as a 4th birthday present. >> oh, my head! >> did you get too close? you know what that's called? getting scoped. >> reporter: their dad casey is passing down a revered family tradition. his rugged outdoor escapades on youtube include ice fishing in idaho, bear hunting with a bow and arrow. but mostly, hunting game with high caliber rifles. >> boom! good shot, bud. you see you nailed it? >> yeah. >> give me five. >> reporter: a lot of people don't think children should be shooting guns. >> i agree to some extent. some children shouldn't be shooting guns. some adults shouldn't be shooting guns. with my kids, i always te
there's the website and there's that rocket larger. >>> in utah, gun advocates locked in to a free firearm training class. many of the 200 people in attendance were teachers, utah's one of the few states that permits people to carry licensed concealed weapons into schools without exception. >>> a trooper nirnly had no clue how 22 horses turned up in his house. it wasn't the work of santa overall. the owners have come forward saying they have escaped. >>> in college basketball, new mexico upset cincinnati. 55-54. >>> in the nba, in overtime, oklahoma city's russell westbrook gave the thunder the lead as they beat dallas, 111-105. the miami heat's d-wade has been suspended for tonight's game in detroit for an incident on wednesday. >>> in new york, the jets have passed over tim tebow once again, going back to quarterback mark sanchez to start their last game of the season. >>> and now to a few college bowl games, first the military bowl, 24th ranked san jose state took the lead in the third quarter on a 18-yard touchdown play. they went on to win over bowling green. >>> on to the hol
. >> reporter: clark is a well-known shooting instructor in utah. he helped teach the class providing the basic fore iics fo do and how do it. >> we're not going to get the guns out of the criminals hands, so let's put guns in the good guys hands. >> reporter: he says the shootings have changed a lot of perceptio perceptions. >> it's that agreement that criminals are supposed to have hands off schools. everywhere else it's a free-for-all. my gosh, you mess with our school and kids, that's another thing. >> reporter: the ceo of a tactical company that trains police officers says guns may not be for everyone, and he doesn't expect every teacher here to get a permit. he says it's all about responsibility. >> we will tell these people, help them understand where their moral code and where their value system is. and until they discover that, they're not prepared to carry a firearm. >> reporter: of course some have already decided. >> i would like to be able to protect my children in case something like that happened. >> utah's board of education had this to say about the training. we urge caution an
, just 90 miles from newtown. >>> in utah, many flocked to a gun control attendance. in utah one of the few states that permits licensed weapons in schools without exception. >>> and finally, a kentucky state trooper initially had no clue how 22 horse it's turned up in his front yard christmas night. he learned it wasn't the work of santa but instead said the owners came forward and said the horses escaped after a storm hit their home. >>> now to sports, new mexico upset number eight cincinnati. the narrow jumper 55-54 victory. >>> in the nba, overtime, oklahoma city's russell westbrook gave the thunder the lead as they beat dallas 111-105. >>> and dwyane wade was suspended after an incident in which he hit sessions with a knee to the groin. >>> and tim tebow upset about going back to mark sanchez to start the last game of the season. >>> and now to a few college goal games. mirrors the military bowl, 24th ranked san jose state took lead and the spartans went on to a 29-20 win over bowling green. and the holiday bowl -- i can't read this one. dylan, can you take it away? >> too h
all over the state of utah gathered in one room all wondering if a gun in a classroom might be a good idea. the utah shooting sports council and op gary provided a free concealed weapons course. they think it might be a game change tore keep kids safe. >> they say not to fight fire with fire, but i'm thinking that might be a good thing. >> when the gunman comes into the classroom, they have that one extra option of besides diving in front of the kids, and taking the bullet. >> a couple of teachers said they attended the meeting just to toy with the idea. they're not sure they're completely ready to arm themselves just yet. >>> one furry sea lion might be called the neil armstrong of kittens, as in a one giant leap. the owner of the siamese cat found the pet crying out from the top of a tower. the high-voltage cables made it hard for firemen to get up there but as soon as they got close enough the cat decided to take flying leap. don't worry, the firemen were down there to catch it before it could get hurt. good grief. kitty, what was it thinking? what's the deal? it said, i'm dog to l
than 200 educators in utah will spend hours getting concealed weapons training. the utah shooting sports council says it normally trains about a dozen teachers each year. the instructions required to legally carry the concealed weapon in public places. in the wake of sandy hook elementary school shooting officials decided to offer this training to educators at no extra charge. >>> it's no wonder that shoppers in one mall were really scared when a huge fight broke out. take a look at this video of shoppers running for their lives. they didn't know what was going on. mall security said about 20 people were involved in yesterday's fight. some of the customers say that they heard loud sounds. they thought maybe it was gunshots and however officials say they found no evidence of any sort of shooting at the mall. reports say that many of the stores did go into lockdown closing their metal gates when the fight started. that mall was -- did reopen a few hours later. >>> well, some heavy rains and tornadoes and snow and powerful storms have been hitting several states. >> coming audiotape
hitting the entire rockies. in utah, 153 kilometer per hour winds were reported. not just that, we're also seeing heavy snowfall across much of this area and expect more in the next 24 hours in british columbia, over 20 centimeters can be expected here. even down towards south around wyoming, colorado, even over towards utah. some isolated areas could be seeing 60 centimeters of snowfall. we'll want to watch this throughout the remainder of the week. the same storm system as it spins up and off to the east, it will be bringing rough weather and blizzard conditions around the central plains. the end of the week f you have any travel plans for the christmas holiday coming up here, you'll want to watch that across much of the northeast because that very well could be bringing some delays or cancellations to some of the major airports across this area as that snow and possibly even freezing rain continues to come down. as we take a look at temperatures, toronto, just 7 for your high on your tuesday. chicago as well. winnipeg at minus 6. farther to the south, houston remaining rather mild here
, around to comb ridge in utah, down into the hopi mesa, across the mugion rim, to mexico and then into the sierra madre, following people, following routes. because everything in the desert leaves a route that leads you somewhere. everything out there is a story. and that's what i'm following, these stories, looking for ways, looking for grains of sand out of place, looking for stories out in the middle of nowhere. i can open this up for questions if anybody has any questions. . >> i was wondering if they had any sort of metal or did they use hardened rocks of some sort to shape their stones? . >> most of what they did was stone. metallurgy was just starting to move up into northern chijuajua at that time and they were working with copper. that was just ornamental, so there was no metal going on at all other than imported bells. >> and the shells, they went down to cortez -- not lake -- the cortez sea to get, was that mostly hard or brittle? . >> it was hard but not tool hard. the colorado plateau is covered with chert, a glassy rock that is really really good for making
to allow teachers or other schoolworkers to carry firearms. utah where they have held training for teachers in ten years is seeing a major uptick in firearms training. just yesterday 150 teachers took advantage of the free training, and how to respond to mass violence at school. meantime, arizona's attorney general tom horn is pushing a han to -- joining mess is general tom horne, and david purnell. mr. horne, i want to start with you, public spot is there, there's 64% of americans say that arming teachers is an effective solution, but i want you to take a listen to what the nea president said last hour right here on msnbc. >> policemen you are given incredible training in when and how to shoot a firearm. we've had incidents with even police that innocent bystanders have been killed, the idea that a teacher who receives a course in gun safety is now prepared to deal where the kind of situation in school, it just doesn't makes sense. >> attorney general horne, what do you say to those who say this is a dangerous solution to a different type of problem? >> well, i've actually been opposed to
, maryland. anna martinez green was also buried. and in utah, the funeral of six- year-old emily parker was held. the town covered in pink as her parents asked people to wear pink. >> the unite the way announced that funds reached $2.2 million. >>> across the nation, there has ben an outpouring of support and -- there has been an outpouring of support and love from acrosses nace. and there is a drive for hurricane sandy affect the. it's called operation kids comfort. >> it's that comfort of shoaling something and just being able to just hold it, you know, take it with them where they go >> hurricane sandy victims drove from new york to connecticut to hand deliver the teddy bears to the kids. >>> closer to home, dozens of maryland children spent part of the day today making paper snow flakes to be sent to the survivors of the school shooting in connecticut. fox 5's john henrehan has this story. >> reporter: on a cold and blustery saturday, dozens of families made their trip to a the children's boutique. they came to make paper snow flakes. these decorations will be sent to the children w
apologists as well as opponents was the question of statehood for utah. it became pretty clear early on in american history that the states had substantial control over marriage within their borders and as we are seeing very far out in the marriage equality debate today. in utah pushed again and again for statehood and was delayed again and again in large part because of this question of polygamy. the federal government have much more control over the territorial governments than it did or does over the state government. so, yes, there is a big issue about how much control the state has over marriage. was public any foundational in lessening that control at the time and that the date was no it wasn't, it was about keeping utah out of the state would come in and unless we see the transfer of the supreme court opinion which may happen coming especially from the california cases, it is still within the state control. >> sarah gordon you have an upcoming book called the place of faith. where did you get interested in the subject of law and religion? >> redican deeply interested when i wa
-day, pointe du hoc, pointe du hoc had six done that could reach omaha and utah beach as well as the naval ships that were out in the english channel. everything was done to neutralize guns in pointe du hoc. there were a thousand men, rangers assigned to that objective, they also send nearly a dozen aerial bombardment missions, a thousand bombers, hundred tons of ordnance was dropped on pointe du hoc. places turned to the surface of the moon, but as the book i am going to talk about today, "dog company," two men accomplished the mention of 1,000 men and 1,000 bombers, an incredible story. at 6:00 a.m. landing craft from force a were headed towards pointe du hoc, which is very interesting is a suspicious chain of the events took place the change the course of history, navigation error with the radar and the royal navy lt. that was guiding the boats was not working at that time, they were headed for the wrong objective which was an objective for the rangers, it was a cliff on the other side of omaha beach, they were not going to pointe du hoc. all the landing craft or heading in the wrong di
's cecilia vega. >> okay, so, now what do i do? >> reporter: the gun is fake, but these utah teachers fear the threat facing their classrooms is very real. today, 200 of those teachers became students -- >> ready to fire. >> reporter: packing a conference room on their holiday break to learn how to carry a concealed weapon on the job. and how to protect their schools from an armed intruder. >> the safety is the biggest part. and to be able to use them appropriately is really quite a high priority for me. >> reporter: utah is one of few states where public schools allow guns on campus. but in the wake of the shooting at sandy hook, the push is on to add more states to that list. arizona's attorney general wants every school principal or the principal's designee armed. in ohio, applications at one shooting course for teachers are up 20%. some gun advocates say arming teachers is a lot like arming airline pilots. simply knowing that someone on campus might be carrying a gun could be enough to stop the bad guys. in 1997, an armed high school vice principal in mississippi did manage to stop a 1
to bring guns to school got more heated. 200 teachers from utah packed the conference room and learned how to carry a concealed weapon on the job. and how to protect their schools from an armed intruder. >> the safety is the biggest part. and to be able to use them appropriately is really high priority for me. >> utah is one of the few states where public schools allow guns on campus advocates argue that just having guns at the school might be enough to keep the criminals away and some teachers in utah want more gun training. organizers are planning another class for the next holiday break. >>> this story is just despicable. fbi arrested a new york woman for allegedly scamming donation for the name of sandy hook elementary school raising funds for the massacre but she did it for herself. she lied during the investigation. police say she supposed -- posed as the aunt of a 6-year- old victim. she used facebook phone calls and text messages to solicit money for a funeral fund. she is accused of sending text to one of the donors who fell for her scam texting i am a mess not looking forward to
very much. >>> we're following other troubling developments in utah where warren jeffs is still considered a prophet. the store's only major grocery store has shut down and his followers are being told the world will end by monday. gary tuchman investigates just ahead. [ sniffs ] i have a cold. [ sniffs ] i took dayquil but my nose is still runny. [ male announcer ] truth is, dayquil doesn't treat that. really? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms, plus it relieves your runny nose. [ breathes deeply ] awesome. [ male announcer ] yes, it is. that's the cold truth! jeffs may be planning something dire from his prison cell. we have followed him for years. from his fugitive days to his conviction. he remains a revered figures among his followers, even though he's serving a life sentence for sexually assaulting two underaged girls. now, the closing of a grocery store on the utah border has authorities on high alert. jeffs followsers are being told that the world will end no later than this sunday. with the store now closed, what other preparations migh
following some troubling developments in hilldale, utah, where warren jeffs is still considered a prophet. the town's only major grocery store has shut down and his followers are being told the world will end by monday. gary tuchman investigates just ahead. >>> tonight, new concerns warren jeffs may be planning something dire from his prison cell. we have been following the saga of jeffs for years now. from his fugitive days to his conviction. jeffs remains a revered figure among his followers in the flds church even though he's serving a life sentence for actually assaulting two underage girls. now the closing of a grocery store in a town on the utah/arizona border has authorities on high alert. jeffs' followers are being told the world will end no later than this coming monday, december 31st. with the store now closed, what other preparations might they be making? at and what potential cost to themselves? gary tuchman went to hilldale, utah, looking for some answers. >> reporter: it is warren jeffs' birthday. the imprisoned prophet of the flds church. in the neighboring twin cities of c
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developments in utah where warren jeffs is still considered a prophet. the store's only major grocery store has shut down and his followers are being told the world will end by monday. gary tuchman investigates just ahead. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone deserves the gift of all day pain relief. this season, discover aleve. all day pain relief with just two pills. >>> tonight, new concerns warren jeffs may be planning something dire from his prison cell. we have followed him for years. from his fugitive days to his conviction. jeffs remains a revered figure m among his followers in the church. he remains a revered figures among his followers, even though he's serving a life sentence for sexually assaulting two underaged girls. now, the closing of a grocery store on the utah border has authorities on high alert. jeffs followsers are being told that the world will end no later than this sunday. with the store now closed, what other preparations might they be making, and at what cost to themselves? gary tuchman went to utah looking for answers. >> it's warren jeffs' birthday, the imprisoned pr
. >> thanks, josh. >>> we're going to get right to the troubling custody fight playing out in utah. a baby girl, caught between the family who adopted her and the father who never knew she was given up for adoption. amy robach is here with that. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. it is an incredibly difficult and emotional custody case. a battle between a biological father who never knew what happened to his child. and the family who desperately wants to continue raising the little girl they love and legally adopted. this little girl is at the center of a fierce fight between a biological father and her adoptive parents. and this morning, both sides are digging in to keep a child they say is theirs. the girl's biological father, a staff sergeant in the army, says he never even knew he had a daughter. nearly two years ago, while he was stationed in south carolina, he says his now-ex-wife gave birth in utah and gave up the child for adoption without his knowledge or permission. >> she has a right to be able to be with her father. and that was taken away. >> reporter: achane's attorney
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at verizon. >>> a little girl in utah is the focus of a custody battle between her biological father who never knew she was put up for adoption and the parents who want to keep her. here's the story. >> reporter: a beautiful 21 month old girl at the center of the battle. her father calls her taliya. >> i have been with her six hours of other life. that's hard to deal with. >> reporter: her adopted parents call her leah. they say terry abandoned her so they had a legal right to make her part of the family. a judge didn't agree and ruled in favor of terry saying the fries had no justification for withholding teleah from terry. >> utah. >> you follow the rule of law. they are buying and selling children is what's happening here. in this case they went too far and took a child away from a married father. >> reporter: she was born in march of 2011. her mother and terry who was in the military had marital problems. a month before she was born he left for military duty and his wife cut off communication. >> she went behind my back and gave up my child for adoption. >> reporter: terry has been t
, which is most of the second ranger battalion, pointe du hoc had six guns that could reach omaha and utah beach as well as the naval ships l. out in the english channel. everything was done to neutralize the guns at pointe du hoc. there were a thousand men, as far as rangers that were assigned to that objective. they also said nearly a dozen aerial bombardments, a thousand bombers. 100,000 ordnance were dropped on pointe du hoc. the place was turned into the surface of the moon. ashore was bombarded. but as the book that i'm going to talk about today, "dog company," to mend accomplish mission of a thousand men, a thousand bombers. it's an incredible story. at 6 a.m., landing craft a force they were heading towards pointe du hoc. very interesting though, a suspicious chain of events took place that changed the course of history. navigation error of the radar in the world -- royal navy was not working at that time. they were headed for the wrong of jacket. it was a cliff on the other side of omaha beach. they were not going to pointe du hoc. all of the landing craft were headed in the wrong
modest. this is the utah department of public safety. the third question down, who can carry or where can you carry in utah any person who has a concealed carry permit in utah can go on a public school ground fully amended and loaded. i am not doing that. i am saying you have to be designated by the school to do this. if you don't want to you don't have to but we making a mandate like we did requiring them to have someone on campus to be able to administer one of these plans if you have a problem, it is very simple. this is a practical answer to people would don't respect laws. >>neil: so it would not necessarily be the principal who would be armed but it would be someone designated by that school or by that superintendent who could carry a weapon? >>guest: you have to pass the threshhold test. if you don't you do not do this. >>neil: what is the test? >>guest: the standard we apply to the state police, the department of criminal justice services administers training for the safe and proper use and accurate use of firearms, to everyone in virginia. i am asking the same agency of the commo
. chairman of the utah shooting sport council just helped train some 200 teachers in handling concealed weapons and joins me live now from salt lake city. clark, good to see you, sir. >> thank you very much. good to be her. >> the idea of arming teachers, the head of the american teachers federation calls the idea, quote, irresponsible and dangerous. how do you make sure that an amateur gun user like most teachers would be, that they're able to handle guns safely in any circumstance? >> make no mistake, we're not talking about these folks doing tactical things inside a school against the shooter. we're encouraging them to institute the normal lockdown procedure which falls short when the shooter comes and crosses that threshold of a classroom. it doesn't take a lot of tactical training to produce otherwise discreetly maintained firearm and access to engage that shooter. that's a great option rather than putting yourself in front of the bullets. what teacher at sandy hook or columbine wouldn't have even with a little bit of training, wouldn't have had a firearm rather than put themselves
teachers. the state of utah is giving 200 teachers training to handle concealed weapons. claudia cowen has more. >> reporter: with the prospect of tighter gun laws in the new year, some states are trying to figure out how to navigate the spike in ammunition and gun sales. in colorado, for instance, law enforcement officials say they need more money to conduct the surge in criminal background checks which are required for gun buyers and they planning to ask lawmakers a half a million to speed up the process, which used to take a half hour and now takes a week. it has one lawmaker suggesting those who want a gun to pay for the background checks themselves. clare leavy, a democratic lawmaker out of boulder, telling the denver post, quote, anyone else, whether it's a teacher or law enforcement officer, anyone else with a background check has to pay for it. the rest of the taxpayers are subsidizing background checks for gun buyers. meantime in utah, where it's legal to carry a gun in school, a record number of teachers attended a training seminar earlier week. >> and we are training school empl
presidency, and the year before the brady bill. then they are states like indiana and utah that already have laws allowing teachers to have guns. this week they were holding training for teachers as they have for ten years, but this year it's ten times as popular, say some of the is instructors. joining also some clark oposian, whose group put on the education, and dennis vac rockle p what are teachers telling you? >> they've had an emipiphany of sorts. the only training so far has lock the doors and hide behind the desk. we need to give them another option. we had about 200 teachers, other school employees as well. >> you've down this a long time. what percentage after the training end up getting guns. >> some of them already have firearms. i don't know, but the majority of those that i still communicate with, they have their firearms and carrying in schools. >> listen to one teacher that went through the training. >> now, especially, i'm thinking this would be a great opportunity to probably the children, protect the classroom and the teachers if that opportunity arose. that's the reason i
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